Marcelo De Stefano (M.Ed. 2000)

One of my favorite quotes belongs to Lao Tsu, a Chinese philosopher, who said that "a journey of a thousand miles begins with one step." My journey started in Argentina, the country in which I was born and raised by a single mother in a low-income family. Neither my mother nor my father completed high school, but both had a strong belief in education.


Continue Reading

Natasha Kovalyova (M.Ed. 2002)

Natasha (Natalia) Kovalyova is Assistant Professor of Communication at the University of North Texas at Dallas. Her areas of expertise include communication studies, rhetoric and language and political communication.  


Continue Reading

Fulgence Swai (Ed.D. 2004 )

At the beginning of 2020 Fulgence sent the following update:


I am happy to share the news that I have recently been awarded the status of Fellow of the Higher Education Academy by meeting the criteria of the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and Learning.


Continue Reading

Josephine Mkandawire (M.Ed. 2002)

The BRIDGE Project, where I have worked for 11 years ended in December last year but some few officers proceeded up to May 2015. My contract ended March 27, 2015. 


Continue Reading

Mantina Mohasi (Ed.D. 2000)

Mantina Mohasi returned to the Lesotho Institute of Extra mural Studies (IEMS) in 2000. IEMS is one of the teaching institutes of the National University of Lesotho whichoffers undergraduate and graduate (Masters) programmes on a part time/open learning basis. Dr. Mohasi is a senior lecturer academic staff member in the Adult Education Department of the Institute. She presently coordinates the B. Ed Adult Education Programmes. The Institute has also introduced Masters Programme in Adult Education in 2007/2008 academic year and Dr Mohasi is one of the key facilitators


Continue Reading

Hassan Buya-Degood Bangura (M.Ed. 2000)

For many years Hassan has worked in Head Start programs serving Arlington County in Virginia. He has also been teaching in an elementary school.  In 2019 medical issues caused him to retire. Prior to that he was an admissions officer at Strayer University, and earlier a counselor at the Community Residences for the Arlington Virginia Mental Retardation Program. He trains and works as an advisor with clients with mental or physical disabilities. [3-20]


Continue Reading
Subscribe to RSS - 2000